Acorn Developments' Hometown Sharon Village is a new single-family home development on Clara May Avenue in East Gwillimbury.
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Hometown Sharon Village is a master-planned neighborhood of new homes set in East Gwillimbury’s picturesque Sharon.
Hometown Sharon Village by ACORN Developments mixes old ambience with contemporary architecture. While this is a serene, heritage-inspired neighborhood with quiet roads and cul-de-sacs, it also offers a variety of detached homes with the contemporary conveniences and finishes sought by today’s most discerning homebuyers.
The junction of Crimson King Way and Dog Wood Boulevard is situated in East Gwillimbury, near to the city of Newmarket. Within a short distance of their residences, residents will have access to a range of dining businesses, shopping enterprises, and entertainment facilities. The Upper Canada Mall is about four minutes away by car and has a range of retail stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
A few meters away, people may quickly catch the bus to the center of Newmarket. Due to their close proximity, the East Gwillimbury and Newmarket GO Stations allow tourists to reach downtown Toronto in about 1 hour and 40 minutes. In addition, the property’s closeness to Highways 400 and 404 enables cars to reach the heart of Toronto and other significant employment centers within half an hour.
Families with children and young people in general are attracted to the neighborhood since there are so many good schools in the vicinity. Phoebe Gilman Public School, Holland Landing Public School, and King Christian School are just a few of the public and private schools located within a short distance of Hometown Sharon Village. Other nearby options include Holland Landing Public School.
Sharon Village is also well located close to a wealth of open space, gorgeous parks, peaceful streams, and conservation areas that are suitable for year-round use by the whole family. Anchor Park, Rogers Reservoir Conservation Area, and George Richardson Park are all located in the immediate vicinity.
Acorn’s signature is cast in a handmade stone and coated in a unique mold, the municipal address plaque that serves as Acorn’s signature. There are nine feet between the floor and the ceiling on the main level. All of the bathrooms, together with the kitchen and breakfast area, as well as the laundry room, have ceilings that have been polished to a flawless finish.
The model elevation and design demonstrate that the exterior elevations of the Acorn are exquisite and traditionally furnished with clay brick, colored mortar, enriched stone with accent stone detail, superb high-quality dentil board, porch columns, porticos, and ornamental trim. Additionally, the dentil board, porch columns, porticos, and ornamental trim are all of superior quality. Using color schemes on the outside of buildings that go well with the urban architectural design standards of the area helps make a cityscape that looks nice.
Acorn Developments’ intergenerational enterprise has played an important part in the Greater Toronto housing sector for the last 60 years. Despite the passage of time, they have stayed committed to three key values: integrity, honesty, and loyalty. They have recognized from the beginning that they are long-term stakeholders in the communities they build, championing better industry communication; maintaining honest and lasting relationships with their stakeholders, trade partners, and community leaders; and caring about the quality of their workmanship, always striving to provide the best experience to their clients. They believe in building communities that will last, and they work hard to set industry standards and go above and beyond what their many homebuyers expect.